Planning your wedding and preparing for your upcoming marriage is such an exciting element of this chapter of your life, but it is also a time where couples often put date nights on the back burner. With a tighter budget to pay for the wedding and stressful days planning that make you just wanna relax at home, we totally understand.
However, spending some time with your fiance away from the hustle and bustle of wedding planning is absolutely crucial. Here are 5 low cost dat
1. Enjoy When we sit down with our couples during their initial consultation, a common theme we hear is that planning their wedding is stressful! With the ever increasing price tag, pressure to have a unique wedding, and the fact that this is probably the only event they have ever planned of this caliber, it is not hard to see why. Whether you just got engaged or are rapidly approaching your wedding date, it is important to enjoy the process. If you are stressed out of your m
Pinterest came into the wedding scene in 2010 and completely revolutionized the planning process for brides and grooms. Jump forward to 2017 and now 1 in 3 Pinterest boards are completely dedicated to wedding planning (according to The Washington Post). Without a doubt Pinterest has become the place to find inspiration and dream up the big day. However, there are some key things to consider when creating your wedding pinterest board, and we are here to help with our Ultimate
Now that we have gone over what NOT to do when you get engaged (see previous blog post), let's go over what you SHOULD do! #1: Celebrate! You are engaged!! Before all of the wedding planning begins, take some time to just soak in all of the newly engaged bliss. That could mean an engagement shoot, celebration party with family and friends, or partaking in some classic engagement cliches... it is up to you! Regardless of how you choose to celebrate, make sure to make some fun
Congratulations on your engagement! Now that you have soaked up the engagement bliss, hugged and kissed your future spouse, and probably told your story a couple of hundred times... it is time to get into wedding planning (yay!). But before you throw yourself into full wedding planning mode and endlessly searching Google and Pinterest, there are definitely a few key things NOT to do. #1: Do Not Post On Social Media Before Telling Your Family It is easy to be overcome with so